Gracing the stage at New York Fashion Week, the Jeremy Scott Spring/Summer 2014 runway show embraces over-the-top styling. The daring streetwear designer and Adidas collaborator stayed true to his bold signature aesthetic and presented his audience with a collection of vividly hued pieces that featured graffiti-inspired graphics, reptilian textures and wild animal prints.
The talented designer experimented with varying materials and patterns for this line of menswear that featured a combination of modernized jungle themes and retro street art typographies.
The Jeremy Scott Spring/Summer 2014 collection stunned the New York Fashion Week crowd with its fearless use of print and color. The wild and controversial designer stayed true to his daring style aesthetic that embraces urban excess at its best.
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